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    SOLD: 2006 Scion tC - E351 transmission, ACT Street Clutch, Competition Clutch Lightweight Flywheel, Quaife LSD, Energy Suspension Engine Mount Inserts, Dezod S1, DC Sports Axleback exhaust, TRD Springs, Koni Yellow Shocks, TRD Sway Bar, Stop Tech SS Brake Lines
    2012 Lunar Blue C63 AMG w/P31 - ROW Airboxes, aFe ProDry S Filters, Secondary Cat Delete, Eurocharged Custom Tune, 438WHP/418WTQ
    2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon Recon: 6-Speed, 35" Nitto Ridge Grapplers


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  • Last Activity: 06-10-2019 07:44 PM
  • Join Date: 11-22-2005
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  1. bbsciontc
    10-08-2016 03:51 PM - permalink
    I have the ES mounts. They are inserts, which require you to remove and replace the bushings in your existing mounts. If you still have your old mounts, you can switch them up first, then swap them out.
  2. Msnaramore
    10-07-2016 09:02 PM - permalink
    I replaced my engine mounts last year with OEM which helped fix a lot of the idle engine movement...for a while. Now about a year later when i accelerate from a stop the engine kinda thumps back and is giving me lag (also when punching it up a hill while already moving). Mounts still look new so they might just be crappy. Which mounts did you purchase?
  3. Msnaramore
    10-07-2016 05:30 PM - permalink
    Noticed you have ES engine mounts. My OEM front and rear mounts have a lot of play and are giving me a ton of movement. Would you recommend the ES mounts as replacements?

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